PINE NEEDLE TEA

Pine Needle Tea for shikimic acid or shikimate (from green edible pine needles) contains suramin which some claim is an antidote for COVID vaccine and/or shedding. When drinking pine needle tea, drink the oil resin that accumulates too. Shikimate, shikimic acid and their derivatives possess: cancer fighting, antiviral, antimicrobial, anticoagulant and antithrombotic properties.

What’s so good about pine needle tea?

Pine needle tea has a pleasant taste and smell

It is rich in vitamin C (5 times the concentration of vitamin C found in lemons) and can bring relief to conditions such as heart disease, varicose veins, skin complaints and fatigue

Vitamin C is also an immune system booster which means that pine needle tea can help to fight illness and infections

Pine needle tea also contains high levels of Vitamin A, which is good for your eyesight, improves hair and skin regeneration and improves red blood cell production

It can be used as an expectorant for coughs and to help relieve chest congestion; it is also good for sore throats

It brings you clarity and mental clearness

It can help with depression, obesity, allergies and high blood pressure

Pine needles contain antioxidants. These reduce free radicals, which are harmful to humans and can cause disease

Taoist priests drank pine needle tea as they believed it made them live longer. There is researched evidence that pine needle tea can help to slow the aging process

Pick some pine needles and let them soak in boiling water on your stove to add a crisp pine smell all over the house

IF YOU ARE PREGNANT DO NOT DRINK THIS TEA, it can abort your baby!

Be careful what type of pine tree needles to collect, these trees are toxic:

Norfold Island Pine

Ponderosa Pine

Yew Pine

 Pine needle tea can stop nano tech from development in your body. Suramin (in the pine needles) decreases mRNA vaccine coagulation (blood clots) and vaccine shedding.

Safe pine trees to gather needles from:

            White Pine

            Long green needles growing in clusters of five (5)

            Fir Pine

Look closely and you can see the Fir needles attach individually to the branch. If you turn the needles over, it has two (2) distinct white strips 

           White Spruce

These needles are sharp and rigid and short compared to a pine needle 

Test the needles on the tree by rolling the needle between your fingers.

If it rolls easily and has four even sides, it is a spruce

If it is flat and doesn’t roll easily in your fingers it is a fir

Spruce needles tend to be sharp and pointy while fir needles are a bit softer

           Cedar

            Not needles, not leaves, made up of scale like sections

How to brew pine needle tea:

cut the needles into small pieces and add to tea pot

boil distilled water and pour into a teapot

simmer the tea for as long as you want (the longer, the stronger)

can add dash of lemon and/or some honey (if desired)

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